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. >> reporter: as the map of the mountain shows, everything is interconnected. richard quest, cnn, davos. >> as we said, as only richard quest could. >>> time to roll out the red carpet, once again. this time for the 19th annual screen actor guild awards. it will hair on tnt and tbs tonight. actors in both film and television. "argo" is considered a frontrunner because it did so well at the golden globes. more stories at the top of the hour when "cnn sunday morning" continues. "sanjay gupta md" begins right now. >> hey there, thanks for being with us. i want to get to something very important today. our big story. it's about chemicals known as flame retardants. they're ubiquitous, in everything from furniture to baby products, but they're also linked to health problems. from neurological issues in children to even cancer. it may seem like a tradeoff. fire safety versus other health risks, but it's not as complicated as you might think. >> i care about flame retardants. >> terrifying pictures, and a call for public safety. >> flame retardants have been proven to increase the time that peo
they're right. >> the film is set to debut in february. nick valencia, cnn, atlanta. >>> cnn "newsroom" continues at the top of the hour are don lemon. and right now, keep it here for sanjay gupta md. >>> hello and thanks for watching. the new year is here. a new chance to do things right. you know, i watched the doctor make this case that sugar is basically toxic. i want to talk about that today. he brings some new advice on what to eat. also, deepak chopra is here with tips on how to did he destress and be happier. and how to keep a new year's resolution. here we go. ♪ >>> we're going to get to all of that, but first, every year, about 1.7 million people in the united states suffer a traumatic brain injury. sports, from falls, car accidents. i see it every day in my line of work. and in severe cases, i can tell you, there is no drug, there is no pill that offers any help. but i'm about to tell but two dramatic cases of crippling brain damage that may have been reversed. how? by simply using fish oil. his story begins almost three years ago, with a phone call. >> toughest call that
on cnn, live on the mall. it's so amazing here. excitement is building here in washington to mark the end of president obama's first term in office. and another four years. among the traditions on these inaugural weekends are the galas and the parties. and about 90 minutes, a very special host will kick off the kids' inaugural concert and our brooke baldwin is there. i like to call her brookster. brook, are you ready for this the kids' inaugural mall? >> don lemon, i will take your national mall and raise you a couple mega stars in this building, my friend, the first lady of the united states and dr. joe biden, the likes of katy perry and usher and nick cannon, mindless behavior, far east movement. i could keep going. the party will be here, but truly, the stars tonight are the children. and what's so significant about this, and so near and dear to the hearts of the first lady and dr. biden, the fact that the sacrifices, of course, not just for our men and women in uniform, but for their spouses and for their children, and i have to tell you, across the street i talked to a bunch of kids
at the screen actors guild awards, sunday night, 66:30 eastern on cnn. i'll be back with you tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. with more of the latest snus. there nn news room continues at the top of the hour, but first, dr. sanjay gupta's investigation into chemical retard nltsants, their effectiveness. >> hey there, thanks for being with us. i want to get to something very important today. our big story. it's about chemicals known as flame retardants. they're ubiquitous, in everything from furniture to baby products, but they're also linked to health problems. even to cancer. it may seem like a tradeoff. fire safety versus other health risks, but it's not as complicated as you might think. >> i care about flame retardants. >> terrifying pictures, and a call for public safety. >> flame retardants have been proven to increase the time that people have to get out of a fire. >> this ad comes from the citizens for fire safety, according to their facebook page, a coalition of fire professionals, educators, community activists, burn centers, doctors, fire departments, and industry leaders. a key part of the mes
not be an mgm trademark. he's already made his mark, and he's only 3. jeanne moos, cnn. >> the most friendliest laba lion you're ever going to find. >> new york. >> that's it for me. i'm martin savage. remember, you can see me on facebook all the time. cnn "newsroom" continues at the top of the hour, but first the latest on the flu epidemic. what you need to know and how to protect your family. sanjay gupta, md, starts right now. >>> hello, and thanks for joining us today. i'm going to bust one of the biggest myths about the flu. and hopefully teach you how to protect your family from this epidemic. >>> also, the legendary surgeon who has worked on more top athletes than just about anyone. he just operate on the redskins' quarterback, rg3. he'll be joining us. and a fitness dilemma. why you don't want to watch your weight too closely. we'll explain. ♪ >>> by now you've heard, it's the worst flu season in years. emergency rooms in plane mayses are overflowing. at least 20 children have died. among them, a young man named max from texas. take a look at his picture. his mom said he went from bei
exciting stuff. every year, people just like you submit i reports in their quest to become part of cnn's fit nation triathlon challenge. right now, we're ready to announce our 2016 six pack who are going to race alongside me. >> i'm tab law, i'm 34 years old and i live in indianapolis, indiana. >> my name is stacey. i'm coming to you from the great city of las vegas, nevada. >> my name is grace. >> i'm douglas and i'm 32 years old. >> my name is will cleveland. i'm 28 years old. >> my name is renay miller. i'm 32. from tennessee. >> when i was 19 years old, i became ill with ultracolitis. i went through several months of very difficult treatment. a lot of medications. >> 6'2", always been a big guy. brought on secondary complications, sleep apnia, prehypertension. >> you're too fat followed me into adulthood. i didn't realize how much until now. >> after 25 years, i'm working with the colorado department of corrections, i get to retire on october 1st. >> 13 months ago, i went into sudden cardiac arrest at the notre dame/southern cal football game. little did i know on that brisk octobe
. but for now, fans can get their fill of ana and christian on stage. felicia taylor, cnn, new york. >> i'll be back here in 30 minutes. "sanjay gupta md" is next. >>> hello, and thanks for joining us today. i'm going to bust one of the biggest myths about the flu. and hopefully teach you how to protect your family from this epidemic. >>> also, the legendary surgeon who has worked on more top athletes than just about anyone. he just operated on the redskins' quarterback, rg3. and a fitness dilemma. why you don't want to watch your weight too closely. we'll explain. let's get started. ♪ >>> by now you've heard, it's the worst flu season in years. emergency rooms in many places are overflowing. at least 20 children have died. among them, a young man named max from texas. take a look at his picture. his mom said he went from being a healthy, 17-year-old to dying. in just a matter of days. it is a fast-moving story. so here's what you need to know. the flu strikes fast. and symptoms much more severe than a common cold. you feel fine one day, and then the next, a sudden fever, sore throat, h
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